Unlock the potential of Azure Static Web Apps

 
English Intermediate Web

Learn how to accelerate your web application development with global availability for static content and integrate with Azure Functions for Serverless API(s). We'll learn: - Creating a static web app in Angular, Vue or React - Connecting with API(s) hosted on Serverless - Connecting with NoSql Database - Publishing your website to Azure - Leveraging Visual Studio Code for seamless deployment

Speaker

Gaurav Madaan

Solutions Architect at TechRBM | Cloud Developer | Open Teacher | Co-founder at niwi.ai

With 10+ years of experience, Gaurav is responsible for implementing client software solutions with the highest degree of quality and consistency. He has substantial experience in solving client problems by developing high-performance, maintainable, and reliable solutions and has got the opportunity to develop solutions for the Telecom, Medical, and Insurance industries. Gaurav is passionate about learning new technologies and implementing solutions for business problems. Outside of work, Gaurav runs a meetup group to be able to share his knowledge with the technology professionals and to learn more from them. Gaurav is a poet (writes mostly in his native language) and a happy son, husband and father. At present, his responsibilities include: - Managing a team of 8-10 people - Proposing and designing solutions for business problems. (Lucid Charts, Plant UML) - Participating in Azure DevOps activities (CI\CD, authoring IAC scripts to provision infrastructure on Azure) - Participating in Backlog Refinement - Writing User Stories - Full Stack Application Development (Backend with AspNet Core C#, Front End with Angular) - Splitting Monolithic application into Microservices. - Code Reviews - Ensuring best practices in development including Unit Testing, Logging, Audit Logging, Caching, SonarQube, Performance Testing, Code Readability, Integration Tests

Code of Conduct

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Code of Conduct for local live streams

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A good template can be found at https://confcodeofconduct.com/, including internationalized versions at https://github.com/confcodeofconduct/confcodeofconduct.com. An excellent version of a Code of Conduct, not a template, is built by the DDD Europe conference at https://dddeurope.com/2020/coc/.